Sunday, January 6, 2008

College Algebra can Change

In light of the massive numbers of collge students taking college algebra as their final math class of their lives in college. I realized I love my job but I hate certain things about it. It takes you to dislike something to change it I have found... This is what I would change about the math cirriculum.

Freshman year: begining mans on...(cooperative learning rules are set)

Sphomore year: service learning hands on...(cooperative learning)

Junior year: project driven (cooperative learning)

Senior year: College algebra prep to reduce number of "can't do calculus students". apon conclusion use a real world example across cirriculum. A student should be able to read the newspaper and create a chart(visual) in order to test exponential and algebraic skills. Interpreting what you read and verbalizing, sharing, and learning from oneself.


College Algebra
http://www.contemporarycollegealgebra.org/national_movement/an_urgent_call.html

3 comments:

Robert Southworth said...

beginning mans on??????????

Max Wiese said...

Ya, Rob what was up with that? And "apon"? did you mean upon or something really cool i dont know about?

fitzskins said...

my socks did the same thing